?Some 4G signals operate close to the frequency band used for TV broadcasting. Steps have been taken to ensure separation of the frequencies. However, some TV aerials or signal boosters may also pick up the 4G signal. In a small number of cases, this can affect TV reception.
Similarly, it is asked, how do I stop 4g interference on my TV?
If there is 4G interference, this can usually be resolved by fitting a simple 4G filter between your aerial cable and your TV. This is a small box that blocks 4G signals so you can carry on watching Freeview as normal.
One may also ask, why does the picture on my TV keep breaking up?
General pixilation and freezing occurs when there is a disruption in the TV signal, or there is a weak signal altogether. Check your connections: Unplug the HDMI cable from your Bell MTS Fibe TV Set-top Box. Make sure all cables connected on the set-top box and your TV are secure.
What does a 4g filter do?
A 4G filter – a small passive device – which fits between the aerial and the television can blocks the 4G signal from crossing one band to another while at the same time allowing TV signals to get through.
What can interfere with digital TV signal?
Multipath Interference is caused by the OTA signal being bounced around certain surfaces such as wet or icy surfaces, buildings or a passing airplane. Certain hilly terrains and trees can cause issues. Often times just moving the OTA antenna a few feet can help alleviate the problem.